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Poster: pdm59 Date: Jul 16, 2012 9:18pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Furthur's Beacon Run vs the Dead's MSG Run

Damn, that involved a lot of work. Interesting all around, on stage, behind the scenes, Un-useless Dead Stats. I will share this with a few of my friends.

For the record I never was interested in keeping set lists of shows I attended. That was work, I was there to enjoy the show. The forum has been an endless source of info that allows me to experience the Dead more than when I saw shows.

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Poster: leftwinger57 Date: Jul 17, 2012 1:37pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Furthur's Beacon Run vs the Dead's MSG Run

If you did that blog ,article ,comparison it was great.I also was never and mean never into set lists and solos and times I just cared if I had a great time and for the most part they were winners.In 2009 I went to see The Dead at Izod and all I remeber is the opening U.S.Blues the drums were miked exceptionally well and Warren Haynes could play w/ anyone.To compare the two or any cover band is nuts w/ saying that, you shoot back a couple and listen to RailRoad Earth do their Dead thing and it's not half bad.Any comparisions w/ Jerry is laughable although at times the man can so God Damn disappointing...